SolarWinds Access Rights Manager (ARM)

SolarWinds Access Rights Manager (ARM)

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SolarWinds Access Rights Manager (ARM)

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Solid tool for daily use

9 out of 10
March 21, 2022
We're using ARM to manage our Active Directory and File services. In addition too that we periodically need our users to reevaluate the …
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ARM: For Admins and End-Users

9 out of 10
March 19, 2019
Easy to use and to manage your Microsoft AD environment, FileRights, and AD Objects and Exchange. Perfect to track your AD changes and …
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What is SolarWinds Access Rights Manager (ARM)?

SolarWinds Access Rights Manager (ARM) is designed to assist IT and security admins to quickly and easily provision, deprovision, manage and audit user access rights to systems, data, and files. By analyzing user authorizations and access permission you get visualization of…

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Product Details

What is SolarWinds Access Rights Manager (ARM)?

SolarWinds Access Rights Manager (ARM) is designed to assist IT and security admins to quickly and easily provision, deprovision, manage and audit user access rights to systems, data, and files.

By analyzing user authorizations and access permission you get visualization of who has access to what and when they accessed it.

Demonstrate compliance with most regulatory requirements with customized reports.

Provision and deprovision users using role-specific templates to help assure conformity of access privilege delegation in alignment with security policies.

SolarWinds Access Rights Manager (ARM) Features

  • Supported: Active Directory Monitoring
  • Supported: Auditing of Windows File Share
  • Supported: Monitoring of Microsoft Exchange
  • Supported: SharePoint access monitoring and management
  • Supported: User Provisioning and Management
  • Supported: User Permissions Analysis
  • Supported: Custom Report Generation
  • Supported: Self-service Permissions Portal

SolarWinds Access Rights Manager (ARM) Screenshots

Screenshot of Active Directory graphical analysisScreenshot of Create userScreenshot of Exchange Distribution Group propertiesScreenshot of File server permissions analysisScreenshot of Screenshot of Report configurationScreenshot of Resource view

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SolarWinds Access Rights Manager (ARM) Technical Details

Deployment TypesOn-premise
Operating SystemsWindows, Windows Server
Mobile ApplicationNo
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